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Home Again (2012)

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Three Jamaicans, who are deported from the U.S., Canada, and England, must make their way in a land that they are not familiar with.

Director:

Sudz Sutherland (as David Sutherland)

Writers:

Jennifer Holness, Sudz Sutherland (as David Sutherland)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tatyana Ali ... Marva Johnson
Stephan James ... Everton St. Clair
CCH Pounder ... Dulsay Mooreland
Lyriq Bent ... Dunston Williams
Lamar Johnson ... Young Dunston
Eugene Clark ... Principle Raye
Dewshane Williams ... Alton
Kataem O'Connor ... Young Alton
Fefe Dobson ... Cherry C.
Paul Campbell ... Uncle Archie Morris
Richard Chevolleau Richard Chevolleau ... Jammix
Shaun Austin-Olsen Shaun Austin-Olsen ... Mr. Irving
Jess Mal Gibbons Jess Mal Gibbons ... Patrick Stevens
Pauline Mark Pauline Mark ... Angela Brown
Taromi Lourdes Joseph Taromi Lourdes Joseph ... Games Tourist Hilton Pool Side
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Three Jamaicans, who are deported from the U.S., Canada, and England, must make their way in a land that they are not familiar with.

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Sometimes, home is the last place you belong.

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Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 April 2013 (Trinidad and Tobago) See more »

Also Known As:

Újra otthon See more »

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Canada See more »

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In the first interview scene, Marva states that her daughter is 7 and son is 5, which is also consistent with the flashbacks she had. But in the picture she shows to Dunston at the mall the children look way more than 2 years apart. See more »

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Excellent movie, really gripping and relevant
4 September 2016 | by sholness-08029See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed Home Again and would highly recommend this movie to anyone loves films that are truth to the power. The storyline depicted a honest view of what happens to the lives of several people from different walks of life who are deported back to their place of birth. The arc of the various stories were compelling, the soundtrack was excellent and the actors did a great job in portraying the complexities of how lives are drastically impacted when you are sent home to a country that really is not your home. The plot was interesting in that the main characters seemed distinct from each other at first but the interweaving of lives that occurred later was a surprise and really well done. After seeing this movie, I had to give my mom a big hug for having the fore-thought to getting citizenship for all her kids in our non birth country done at an early age so that our family feel secure no one in our family will be deported at the whim of the government.


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